2016 looks promising for independent publishers, with newcomers Dodo Ink set to release three new titles between July and October…. Read more »
Magazine Articles: publishing
New university presses don’t come around too frequently so the opportunity to take a lead in establishing the University of… Read more »
Two new reports ‘Found in Translation: How Social Media Platforms Can Help UK Publishers Understand Their Market In China’ (Nesta),… Read more »
With wide-ranging social media, vast potential readerships, and innovative new literature models, China offers an overlooked yet increasingly attractive market… Read more »
The publishing industry’s poor commitment to diversity, lack of senior Black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and over-reliance on… Read more »
Fanfiction is described by the online writing platform Wattpad as ‘writing that remixes characters, places, or plots from existing narratives… Read more »
Advance Editions has this month launched a new approach to both publishing and crowd-sourcing by drawing on the experience and… Read more »
Brenda van Camp, CMO Blurb and Katrina Hopewell, Senior Marketing Manager at Blurb – responsible for Unbinding the Book to… Read more »
Digital Women UK is celebrating its first anniversary by hosting a dynamic one day programme of activities on social media,… Read more »
IC tomorrow has £100k in funding for innovation in entertainment on the move across music, books, magazines and interactive entertainment and games.
Some think that the next stage in the life of digital publishing will be a new model (subscription, serialisation, supplementary), or a new platform, or a new device. At Salt, we think the next stage will simply be new content.
The first FutureBook Hack will take place at University College London over the weekend of the 14 and 15 June 2014…. Read more »